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Who does Ron work for? Billionaires and corporate donors.

Ron's Top Donors

Kenneth "Ken" Griffin
$16,250,000
Robert Bigelow
$10,000,000
Seminole Tribe of Florida, Inc.
$4,950,000
Duke Energy
$4,410,000
Steve and Don Brodie
$3,750,000

Ron loves to visit his billionaire buddies instead of working for you.

Ron DeSantis has been crisscrossing the country in his relentless quest to raise money from billionaires and the corporate elite.

Instead of doing his job to solve real issues facing Floridians, Ron is only looking to advance his own political ambitions. Check out all the places Ron has traveled while Florida’s affordability crisis has exploded under his watch.

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DeSantis Watch Statement on Ron Wasting Taxpayer Dollars in South Carolina

TALLAHASSEE — Today, Florida (emphasis ours) Governor Ron DeSantis will be holding a taxpayer funded press conference in South Carolina to reportedly discuss an issue unrelated to the number one problem facing his constituents – an affordability crisis devastating families and communities across the state he was elected to govern.

  • Florida Politics

Last Call for 2.20.24 — A prime-time read of what’s going down in Florida politics

“Ron DeSantis failed as a presidential candidate, and now he is continuing to fail the people he was elected to govern while wasting taxpayer resources in order to fly the state’s private jet to South Carolina as he tries to remain relevant to a national audience that overwhelmingly rejected his anti-freedom agenda,” DeSantis Watch Communications […]

  • Orlando Sentinel

DeSantis takes state plane to Indiana, South Carolina to push congressional term limits

Anders Croy, director of DeSantis Watch, a project of Florida Watch and the progressive group Progress Florida, said in a statement the governor was “wasting taxpayer resources … to fly the state’s private jet to South Carolina as he tries to remain relevant to a national audience that overwhelmingly rejected his anti-freedom agenda.

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